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Dr. Malcolm Knight

Dr. Malcolm Knight
Medical Advisory Board Chairman

Dr. Malcolm Knight is a Food & Beverage Company Professional, Senior Executive, trusted advisor and change agent who combines Food Production, Food Safety & Quality, Product Development, Technical, and General Management experience. Graduate of Kings College, London University, UK with a double honors B.Sc. and PhD in food chemistry. Combines vision and technical expertise with the ability to build top performing teams to drive revenue and productivity improvements. A British national, who has worked in many parts of the world, including USA, Africa, Asia and across Europe. Lived & worked in the US for the past 10 years. Excels at developing and strengthening product position, developing profitable client relationships, and creating and expanding market opportunities. Retail experience with J Sainsbury plc and as a supplier to Marks & Spencers. Six years Beverage experience as SVP of PomWonderful LLC and also actively involved with its sister company, Fiji Water, based in Los Angeles. Both companies were start-up’s and are now in 70+ countries around the world. Ten years of Ambient Food experience with H J Heinz. Also Frozen, Chilled Food and Beverage industry experience. Conducts food safety investigations on behalf of manufacturers and retailers and provides expert witness evidence and reports in legal cases. Deep and broad experience across food and beverage sector as well as exposure to other environments including Government, FDA and Trade Associations. Past Chairman of the UK Chilled Food Association.

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Lawrence J. Checkin
MD, FACP, FTOS

Lawrence J. Cheskin, MD, FACP, FTOS is Associate Professor, Health, Behavior & Society at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, with appointments in  Medicine (GI); International Health (Human Nutrition), and Public Health Studies. He directs the Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center, a multidisciplinary clinical research and treatment program that he founded in 1990. He is also Associate Director of the Global Obesity Prevention Center at Johns Hopkins, and directs its Pilot Studies Core, which evaluates timely, systems-focused proposals worldwide to study such areas as school policies and the built environment’s effect on factors relevant to preventing childhood obesity.

Dr. Cheskin’s career has been dedicated to research, education, and program building in the service of combatting obesity, through both treatment and prevention. His work is at the intersection of public health and clinical medicine: it applies knowledge gained through rigorous clinical investigation, for example through the multi-center Look AHEAD trial he has played a key role in since its inception, to the community and beyond. His work has impacted the problem of obesity through innovative treatment paradigms disseminated through practice (as modeled by the Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center); through application of new treatment paradigms in community-based participatory research, particularly among the underserved in Baltimore, Maryland; and through teaching and mentoring of the next generation of public health and clinical scholars dedicated to obesity.

Most recently, he is studying obesity progression, costs, and treatment using Markov micro-simulation modeling; using mHealth as a tool to enhance obesity treatment; and, through a rigorous multimodal clinical trial, testing the hypothesis that obesity is treatable, and weight control can be sustained in a vulnerable urban minority population when a comprehensive approach is offered which partners with resources in the community.

He has over 150 peer-reviewed journal publications, and has written 7 books.

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Michael Miller
MD

Dr. Miller is a cardiologist and world authority in heart disease prevention whose original research was the first to show the benefit of positive emotions on the cardiovascular system. He is Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Dr. Miller is past president of the American Society of Preventive Cardiology, chaired the American Heart Association's national statement on triglycerides and heart disease and is a Council Member of the AHA Nutrition and Lifestyle Committee. He has been listed in "Most Influential Physicians" (USA Today), "Super Doctors" (Washington Post), and "America's Top Doctors" (U.S. News and World Report in partnership with Castle Connolly Medical Ltd). He has appeared on CNN, Good Morning America, 20/20, Rachael Ray and the Discovery Channel and his revolutionary insights have been featured in USA Today, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Times of London and Scientific American.

Dr. Miller's new book, "Heal Your Heart: The Positive Emotions Prescription to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease " (Rodale) tells the story of why positive emotions are critically important for optimal heart health. Drawing upon 25-years of patient care and scientific research experience, his groundbreaking plan will tell you exactly how you can boost your positive emotions and the specific dietary nutrients that rejuvenate your heart, lower blood pressure, cholesterol and weight, skyrocket your mood and cut your risk of heart disease and stroke in half. These nutrients are available in Pressed Juicery products.

Dr. Miller completed undergraduate and medical school at Rutgers, followed by residency at the University of Cincinnati He then completed fellowship training in lipoprotein metabolism and cardiology at Johns Hopkins. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases and Clinical Lipidology.

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Lisa M. Davis
PhD, PA-C, CNS, LDN

Dr. Lisa Davis currently serves as a consultant for scientific, medical, and nutritional products and research. She is also the founder and president of Burleigh Manor Animal Sanctuary and Eco-Retreat, a nonprofit farm animal rescue that provides lifelong sanctuary to animals who have been abused, neglected, or who are unwanted.

Dr. Davis joined Medifast, Inc. in 2007 as V.P. of Research and Development. For seven years she headed the Nutrition Support, Product Development, and Clinical Research divisions and provided strategic leadership on nutrition science, health, and product development. She also served as Chief Medical Officer for the company and was Principal Investigator on several clinical research trials evaluating the safety and efficacy of products and programs.

Prior to her position at Medifast, Inc., Dr. Davis was both a faculty Research Associate at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a clinician at the Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center. At Johns Hopkins, she established a pre-surgery weight loss program for gastric bypass and lap-band surgical patients. Prior to her years at Hopkins, she practiced internal medicine at Gateway Medical Associates/Chester County Hospital and was the Medical Consultant for Northwestern Human Services - a mental health/polysubstance abuse facility. She also counseled patients as a Certified Diabetes Educator.

Dr. Davis has authored or co-authored two books, and a number of peer-reviewed scientific journal articles, as well as being an ad hoc scientific journal reviewer. Dr. Davis holds a master’s degree and PhD in Nutrition and is a Licensed Dietitian and Clinical Nutrition Specialist. She earned her PhD from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she specialized in obesity research, concentrating on the relationship between obesity, neurochemistry, inflammation, metabolic syndrome, and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. She earned her Master’s degree in Nutrition from Immaculata University, her bachelor’s degree from The Catholic University of America, and her physician assistant training from MCP/Hahnemann University.

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Joe Alcock
MD MSCR

Joe Alcock MD MSCR is an academic emergency physician in Albuquerque NM. He received his MD from UCLA School of Medicine in 1997 and was trained in emergency medicine the University of New Mexico where he also received a degree in translational and clinical research. Dr. Alcock served as the Chief of the Emergency Medicine Service at the New Mexico VA Healthcare System and currently is on the faculty of the University of New Mexico. Dr. Alcock’s research interests are in the area of evolutionary biology and the microbiome and currently studies the effects of diet, stress and sleep on the microbiome.